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Are You Running Out of Article Ideas?

One of the areas I see the most overwhelm with is in article
marketing. People want to know how many articles to write, how
often, and how to write them. Some people have a keyword list but
no clue how to tackle it with articles.

It’s funny that we’re often taught the two ideas separately –
either someone points out how they do keyword research, or they
discuss the way they wrote a high converting article.

But merging the two together can be tricky (even for those who
consider themselves good writers). There are so many things that go
into a good article marketing formula, such as:

· Proper keyword usage from a search bot angle
· How to present an article slant that your target audience is most
likely to read
· How to research the best article content to fill in your word
count.
· The best way to let the information you’ve researched flow to the
reader

Tiffany Dow is the former ghostwriter to the gurus (guys like John
Reese, Rich Schefren, Ewen Chia and Travis Sago to name a few) and
she just launched a really affordable (around $17) guide that
teaches the entire idea gathering and content structuring for
articles.

Tiffany Dow’s Gathering and Structuring Ideas

Since article marketing is such an integral part of our online
business (for backlinks, for expertise branding, and for traffic),
it’s really important that you know how to do more than just take a
keyword and slap some sentences together.

This is especially vital in light of the new Google reforms taking
place to weed out poor content and reward the good content. Take a
look and see if this is something you need to work on.

Tiffany Dow’s Gathering and Structuring Ideas

I know it’s not some “get rich quick” strategy like most people are
hawking, but it’s a good guide to improve your online business
skills, which can ultimately result in more sales for you!

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One Comment

  1. Betty says:

    Great article. I have never ran out of article ideas. When I look around me on a daily basis, something always seems to come to mind. Changes occur daily, so there is always something to write about.

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